The aroma is of a wood fired oven and baked bread, and it fills the air as one enters with the musical clatter of wine glasses. People soak in the afternoon sun and chit chat about their day and times. It seems to be a hit with the expat crowd and I noted several foreigners, some possibly tourists, but quite a few that looked like regulars here and I heard French, German and even some Hindi. It is an exotic place beyond doubt and probably deserves a Michelin or two, not that I could be sure but the food was indeed good. I was hungry and could have eaten a horse if it came to that but ordered a tuna, egg and tomato salad for starters. I also took in a limoncello for my drink and a ham, cheese, tomato and egg bruschetta with goat’s cheese and minced meat followed by a tiramisu for dessert and a coke to keep me going.